Is the green button for Hub Mob 'Answer This Question' or 'Answer This Request'?I want to write about Learning Disorders; and since I have been around children with this problem so long, I am a little slower now!I do not see an 'Answer This Request ' button so I am wondering if my computer is providing the right page. I need to know.Thanks.
yes, it is a green button that says, answer this question.
after you have clicked "answer this question", you will be given the option to click the link that says "Make a Hub about it" - make sure you click that link. Otherwise you will be answering the question, but not making a hub about it Good luck!
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